Tuesday June 2, 2020

Ryan heir to turn former D4 consulate into luxury home

5th March, 2017
36 Ailesbury Road in Dublin 4

Shane Ryan, son of the late Ryanair founder Tony Ryan, has finally applied to turn the former French consulate at 36 Ailesbury Road in Dublin 4 into a residence.

Ryan acquired the historic building in late 2013 for about €4 million but has only now revealed plans to expand the building and convert it into a six bedroom luxury home.

The house, which was built in 1920, is a protected structure that requires extensive investment to turn it...

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